TTN GATEWAY central 3

(Ketil) #25

Hi @BoRRoZ,

Thanks for your help. The details are as follows:

Version Info
Hardware: v1
Bootloader: r2-c463e87e (2018-02-23T14:42:40Z)
Firmware: v1.0.5-fa89b993 (2018-07-17T08:11:52Z)

Kind regards,

(Erwin Homan) #26

Is there a marketplace on this forum?

No not at this moment

(Jeff Uk) #27

May help people judge if you add extra details - where in the world are you, what frequency devices, indicative lowest cost signed for delivery rates to major markets, willing to ship only in territory or which regions or buyer collect only etc. :wink:

(Erwin Homan) #28

Makes sense, thanks. But, it looks as if my message has been moderated: probably not the right place for selling.

(Deepakjayan) #29

How much is the price for ’ The Things gateway ’ in India and where can I buy it?

(Casper) #30


I registered my gateway on 10 January 2019 and it was connected once to the ttn.
A little later something went wrong and now I can’t connect to my gateway not connected to ttn (Led 2 status: Could not connect to the internet).
Where can I cleanup everything for the gateway “brainwave_digital_solutions” so I can register it again?

Thank you in advance,


“platform”:“The Things Gateway v1 - BL r1-7167873a (2017-06-02T13:48:18Z) - Firmware v1.0.0-917719b9 (2017-06-26T17:59:33Z)”,

(C Mourouzis) #31


I would like to change the network server that the The Things Gateway is forwarding to. Is it possible (like in other gateways where global_conf.json or local_conf.json are edited)? Specially, I would like to make it forward packets to our private network in The Things Industries (network server address:

I would also like to configure the gateway with a static IP on ethernet. Is that possible? Or can the gateway’s IP only be assigned by DHCP?

Thank you.


that’s not possible with the current build imho


(Ruben Ea) #33

Hi guys,

I am hesitating to buy the ttn-gateway. Currently I am developing my own lora-device. In order to make the debugging easier, I to buy and place a gateway near my device. So that way I am absolutely sure that I am in range of a gateway (even if the antenna is horribly matched). I would also like to be able to see the ‘raw’/encrypted packages that the gateway receives.
So my question: Can I receive raw lora-packets with the gateway, trough ssh/telnet or a serial port or something, without having to write a custom firmware?

(Remko) #34

The answer is simple: No, unless you add functionality to the gateway.

Actually, allmost no gateway has this functionality. (I am not awar of any) I created similar functionalities with a DIY gateway using @kersing multiprotocolgateway.

(Ruben Ea) #35

@pe1mew Okay, toobad, thanks for your quick reply!

(Andrew Gallo) #36

Trying to disable the WiFi on the TTN Gateway.

I saw this post pointing to this github issue.

The github issue mentioned two possibilities:

  1. create a file called nowifi on the microSD card (didn’t work for me.
  2. issue the command f wlan0 down – where do you issue this command? According to the thread, this temporarily disable the wireless interface.

Any suggestions?

Thank you.

(Andrew Gallo) #37

UART Question-

I’m trying to access the console port on the Gateway. The FAQ indicates the serial parameters are 115200, 8-bits, no spot bits.

I’ve tried this and still getting garbage. I’ve tried these speeds:

I’ve tried using screen on a Mac with a USB adapter, and PuTTY on Windows with a built in hardware port. Still getting garbage:


Am I missing something?

Thank you


reverse the Tx - Rx wires ?

output setting USB-UART 3v3 or 5v ?


(Andrew Gallo) #39

I did try that, and same behavior. I also shouldn’t have seen anything if I had the terminal’s Rx connected to the gateways Tx, right?

In fact, I even tried using just a receive (and GND) lead, just to monitor the logs and not transmit anything to the gateway.


(Afremont) #40

Try 8 bits, no parity, 1 stop bit.

(Andrew Gallo) #41

My serial/USB adapter was wrong. I got a new FTDI adapter and things are working just fine.

Thank you for your help

(Dave Hellings) #42

Did you solve the problem with the dropped signal? I’m also having my gateway ready to bring it outside.

Did you take special measure against condensation?



use one of these

and maybe even one of these

Q ’ what enclosure is that… alu / plastic ?’

(Ketil) #44

Your setup looks great, good job! (What antenna are you using?) I have not been able to solve the range issue so far. I am suspecting the LoRa card to be defective, and will probably return the unit to the vendor.